Education under Siege: The Conservative, Liberal and Radical Debate over Schooling

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NOTES
1.
For a detailed analysis of this issue, see chapter nine in this book.
2.
See our detailed critical analyses of the limits of Marxist discourse on radical educational theory in chapter six.
3.
See also the insightful remarks of Charles A. Tesconi, Jr., “Additive Reform and the Retreat from Purpose,” Educational Studies 15 (Spring 1984), pp. 1-10.
4.
Allen Hunter, “In the Wings: New Right Ideology and Organization,” Radical America 15 (1981), p. 129.
5.
Stuart Hall, “Moving Right,” Socialist Review 11 (January-February, 1982), p. 128.
6.
Miriam David, “Nice Girls Say No,” New Internationalist (March 1984), p. 26; “Teaching and Preaching Sexual Morality: The New Right’s Anti-Feminism in Britain and the U.S.A.,” Journal of Education 166 (March 1984), pp. 63-76.
7.
Valeric Walkerdine, “It’s Only Natural: Rethinking Child-Centered Pedagogy,” in Is There Anyone Here From Education?, Ed. Ann Marie Wolpe and James Donald (London: Pluto Press, 1983), p. 87.
8.
Stuart Hall, “Education in Crisis,” in op. cit., p. 6.

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